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09:00 21:00 
Registration
MAIN ENTRANCE
10:30 12:00 
Clinical Management workshop 1: Collateral damage of cancer treatment
What to look for and how to manage endocrine sequelae in cancer survivors
AUDITORIUM
Chairs: Annice Mukherjee (Manchester) & Helena Gleeson (Birmingham)
10:30
CMW1.1
Ovarian function after chemotherapyRichard Anderson (Edinburgh)
11:00
CMW1.2
11:30
CMW1.3
Bone health in Cancer SurvivorsClaire Higham (Manchester)
10:30 12:00 
Symposium 1: Steroids and the Skeleton
Glucocorticoids action in bone and cartilage
QUEEN'S SUITE A
Chairs: Colin Farquharson (Edinburgh) & Jarod Wong (Glasgow)
10:30
S1.1
Glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosisEugene McCloskey (Sheffield)
11:00
S1.2
11:30
S1.3
10:30 12:00 
Symposium 2: When receptors go rogue
What is a nice receptor like you doing in a place like this?
QUEEN'S SUITE B
Chairs: Becky Conway-Campbell (Bristol) & Felicity Stubbs (Bristol)
11:00
S2.2
Disecting thyroid hormone receptor actionLars Moeller (Essen, Germany)
11:30
S2.3
Extranuclear Estrogen Receptors in Breast CancerEllis R. Levin (Long Beach, USA)
10:30 12:00 
Skills: How to engage with the media
HALL D
Chairs: Maralyn Druce (London) & Laura Udakis (Bristol)
10:30
SK1.1
To engage or not to engage?Giles Yeo (Cambridge)
11:00
SK1.2
Science versus the mediaJane Dreaper (London)
11:30
SK1.3
How to react to the mediaHelen Simpson (London)
12:15 13:00 
Bone masterclass
AUDITORIUM
Chairs: Jeremy Turner (Norwich) & Fadil Hannan (Liverpool)
12:15
MC1.1
12:35
MC1.2
12:15 13:00 
Meet the Expert 1: Pitfalls of testosterone replacement in men
Too much of a good thing
QUEEN'S SUITE A
12:15
MTE1
12:15 13:00 
Meet the Expert 2: Metabolomics and diet
QUEEN'S SUITE B
MTE2
Metabolomics and dietIsabel Garcia Perez (London)
12:15 13:00 
Futures 1: Your future in endocrinology and diabetes
HALL D
Chairs: Annice Mukherjee (Manchester) & Paul Newey (Dundee)
12:15
FUT1.1
Why Endocrinology?Safwaan Adam (Manchester)
12:30
FUT1.2
Why Diabetes?Munachiso Nwokolo (London)
12:45
FUT1.3
13:00 14:15 
Lunch, Exhibition, Posters and ePosters
HALL H
13:15
Anterior & Posterior ePoster TourePoster Stand 2
(Queen's Suite Foyer)
13:15
Bone and Calcium ePoster TourePoster Stand 1
(Queen's Suite Foyer)
13:00 14:15 
Industry sponsored satellite symposium
14:15 14:45 
Plenary 1: SfE International Medal Lecture
AUDITORIUM
Chair: Simon Pearce (Newcastle)
14:45 15:15 
Plenary 2: Clinical Endocrinology Trust Lecture
AUDITORIUM
Chair: John Newell-Price (Sheffield)
14:45
PL2
15:30 17:00 
Symposium 3: Fat and Fertility
Adipose tissue and reproduction
QUEEN'S SUITE A
Chairs: Sophie Clarke (London) & Kate Hardy (London)
15:30
S3.1
Obesity, fertility and pregnancyRebecca Reynolds (Edinburgh)
16:00
S3.2
Adiposity and reproductionMichael Symonds (Nottingham)
16:30
S3.3
15:30 17:00 
Symposium 4: Pituitary disease in adolescents
AUDITORIUM
Chairs: Paul Dimitri (Sheffield) & Saira Hameed (London)
16:00
S4.2
Craniopharyngioma in adolecentsHelen Spoudeas (London)
16:30
S4.3
Prolactinomas in adolescentsWill Drake (Oxford)
15:30 17:00 
Symposium 5: SDH – beyond paragangliomas
New genes and new syndromes
QUEEN'S SUITE B
Chairs: John Newell-Price (Sheffield) & Ruth Casey (Cambridge)
15:30
S5.1
SDH mutations in tumorigenesisEamon Maher (Cambridge)
16:00
S5.2
Succinate and immune interactionsDan Tennant (Birmingham)
16:30
S5.3
15:30 17:00 
Early Career Symposium: Alternative career pathways
Where will endocrinology take you? – Alternative careers for endocrine scientists and clinicians
HALL D
Chairs: Bryn Owen (London) & Louise Hunter (Manchester)
15:30
EC1.1
A Career in PharmaBen Challis (Cambridge)
15:45
EC1.2
A Career in Teaching or LecturingMaralyn Druce (London)
16:00
EC1.3
A Career in the Charitable SectorRebecca McIntosh (London)
16:15
EC1.4
A Career in PublishingIan Russell (Bristol)
16:30
EC1.5
A Career in Public HealthMichael Brannan (London)
17:00 17:30 
Tea & Coffee
HALL H
17:30 18:00 
Plenary 3: Society for Endocrinology Transatlantic Medal Lecture
AUDITORIUM
Chair: Karen Chapman (Edinburgh)
18:00 18:30 
Plenary 4: Society for Endocrinology Starling Medal Lecture
MAIN AUDITORIUM
Chair: Karen Chapman (Edinburgh)
18:30 19:15 
Debate: This house believes that the UK population trend in obesity cannot be reversed without food taxation
AUDITORIUM
Chair: Sadaf Farooqi (Cambridge)
D1.1
AgainstAbd A. Tahrani (Birmingham)
D1.2
ForRoy Taylor (Newcastle upon Tyne)
19:15 21:00 
Welcome Reception
HALL H
19:45 22:00 
Early Career dinner & quiz